"Illustrated by copper plates by William Withering, ... ; including a new set of references to figures, by Jonathan Stokes. ." Alternate Title: "A Botanical Arrangement of British Plants. Vol II. The Second Edition." Spine Title: "Withering's Botani."
Orders drawn up and published by the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, to prevent the spreading of the infection.--An account of the first rise, progress, symptoms and cure of the plague, being the substance of a letter from Doctor Hodges to a person of quality.--Necessary directions for the prevention and cure of the plague, with divers remedies of small charge, by the College of physicians.--Reflections on the weekly bills of mortality, so far as they relate to all the plagues... Topics: Plague--England--London, Plague--Italy--Naples, Plague--Prevention Plague--England--London,...
"To which are added, a brief description of the symptoms and treatment of diseases; directions for restoring suspended animation, and for counteracting the effects of poisons; a selection of prescriptions of established efficacy; and various mechanical auxilliaries to medicine" Topic: Medicine, Popular
byCooper, Samuel, 1780-1848; Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861
At head of title: Harper's stereotype edition, uniform with Hooper's Medical dictionary; "With numerous notes and additions, embracing all the principal improvements and greater operations introduced and performed by American surgeons. By David Meredith Reese"; Alternate title: Cooper's Dictionary Topic: Medicine--Dictionaries
" The first by the celebrated Frederick Hoffman, The second by Bern. Ramazini ; Newly translated with a preface and an appendix by Dr. James." Topics: Medical geography--Early works to 1800, Occupational diseases--Early works to 1800
Facsimile copy prepared by the Aeronautical Archives of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences with cooperation of the Work Projects Administration of New York City in 1941; copies distributed to libraries and universities; original work "Presented to the Royal Society, April 14, 1785; and read before them, January, 1786." Topics: Blanchard, Jean-Pierre, 1753-1809, Balloon ascensions
"Also, remarks on quarantines, laza|rettos, and the administration of police in times of pestilence. To which is added, an appendix, containing cases of the plague; and an account of the| weather, during the pestilential season." Topics: Plague, Plague--Syria--Aleppo, Communicable diseases, Communicable diseases--Hospitals, Quarantine
byVelpeau, A.(Alfred), 1795-1867; Lallemand, Claude Francois; Rilliet, F. (Frederic), 1814-1861; Barthez, Antoine Charles Ernest de, 1811-1891
3 volumes in 1; A treatise on the diseases of the breast (Velpeau), translated from the French by S. Parkman; On involuntary seminal discharges (Lallemand), translated from the French by William Wood; A treatise on the pneumonia of children (Rilliet and Barthez), translated from the French by S. Parkman Topics: Breast--Diseases, Premature ejaculation, Pneumonia in children
Translation of "De recondita febrium intermittentium tum remittentium natura"; "Translated from the Latin, with notes, by Charles Caldwell, M.D. and a recommendatory preface by Benjamin Rush, M.D."; "In two books" ("Book Second" begins on p. 159) Topic: Malaria